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Mini Twelfth Junior Production (June 2015)

Year 8 students who attended Drama Club on Tuesday afternoons and in the summer term performed short adaption of ‘Twelfth Night’ by William Shakespeare to Year 8 and 9 classes.

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (December 2014)

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Junior Production

An extremely moving and successful performance by Junior pupils directed by Mrs Trainor with Ross McKenna, Josh McClelland, Victoria Wilton and Susan Potts assisting.

Junior Studio Night (January 2014)

Three short plays written or adapted and directed by Sixth Form Pupils:

Lady Windermere's Fan(November 2013)

Senior Production

‘Lady Windermere’s Fan’ at Cultra Manor. A cast of senior pupils performed Oscar Wilde’s comedy in the elegant surroundings of the Manor House at Cultra.

Dicken's at Christmas (2012)

Junior pupils performed in two short adaptions of 'Oliver Twist' and 'A Christmas Carol' adapted by Mrs Trainor in December.

Much Ado About Nothing (2011)

Senior Drama

Senior Drama performed ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ at the Shakespeare in Schools Festival at the Waterfront Studios in Belfast, on Tuesday 8 November 2011. The cast was made up of pupils in Years 11, 12, 13 and 14.

Junior Drama

Junior Drama Club for pupils in Years 8-10 supported by Sixth Form Directors performed in a series of short plays, chosen by Sixth Form Directors in February 2012.

Animal Farm (2010)

Junior Drama

This year saw the turn of the Juniors, in Years 8, 9 and 10, to star on the Sullivan Stage. Junior Drama Club met from the very beginning of the Autumn Term, and by October half term we had selected a merry band of 34 players to perform in our Junior Production of ‘Animal Farm’. Rehearsals then began in earnest and after many hours after school and on Saturday mornings, we were finally ready to invite the public to our farm yard.

Senior Drama

The Seniors were not forgotten, although largely left to their own devices. Sixth Form pupils began work on their own original performance. Jill Luke gathered a cast to perform her own play ‘Ties that Bind’, set against the backdrop of the current conflict in Afghanistan, and Meadhbh Keating-Fitzpatrick and Katrina Denoon created their own onstage Harry Potter tale.

Casts for both performances were drawn mainly from Years 11, 12, 13 and 14 with two starring appearances from Jack Torrens and Emma Luke in Year 9. Scripts written, roles cast, the directors then cajoled their respective players through nights of rehearsal culminating in performances at the Senior Studio Night on the 21 February 2011. GCSE Drama pupils also performed on the night, Year 11 pupils set performed a version of Gogol’s ‘The Government Inspector and Year 12 pupils performed a short extract from Christina Reid ‘Tea In A China Cup’.

Romeo & Juliet (October 2009)

‘Romeo and Juliet’ at the Shakespeare in School Festival, Waterfront Studios (October 2009)

Junior Drama Studio Night (March 2010)
Four short plays, directed by Sixth Form pupils, performed by Juniors:

1. Idiot's Guide to Dating  -   Directors:

  • Chris Tapper

  • Thomas Galashan

  • Matthew Stuttard

2. Fawlty Towers   -  Directors:

  • Andrew Beatty

  • Mervyn Marshall

  • Andrew Hume

  • James Cave

3. Friends   -  Directors:

  • Katrina Wall

  • Carolyn Elkin

  • Aaron Martin

4. Twilight   -  Directors:

  • Jessica Finlay

  • Meghan Kirk

  • Rebecca Matchett

Merchant of Venice(November 2008)

‘Merchant of Venice’ by William Shakespeare, first production in the newly renovated Charles Grime Drama Theatre, Sullivan Upper School (November 2008).

Sullivan Upper Drama Festival (April 2009) - A series of Short Plays directed by Sixth Formers, performed by Junior Pupils:

  • ‘Arden City’ by Timberlake Wertenbaker

  • ‘Maniac Manor’ by Don Lowry

  • ‘The Pratt Pack’ by David Stockwell

  • ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ by Oscar Wilde

  • ‘The Exam’ By Andy Hamilton

Performed and directed by Sixth Form Students:

  • ‘Sure Thing’ by David Ives

Devised and performed by students from Years 10 to 14:

  • ‘Foundations’ By Jill Luke